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An amazing story very well told.
The Marines deserve better than this book, which is filled with so many outright errors of fact that one wonders whether the authors even bothered to do any research.
All in all a strong recommend and must read for anyone interested in how the Vietnam war actually physically ended.
Wonderful narrative of amazing men in action beyond what they imagined. Thank you to our soldiers who fought so valiantlyPublished 9 days ago by Guy N Lever
Well written engaging debrief of the last days of American presence in Viet Nam. Puts the reader right in the embassy compound , in the helicopters, and on the roof. Read morePublished 10 days ago by JL Hawkins
Could not put this book down. Fascinating story of a pivotal moment in history. Enjoyed every page. If you like history, or like the genre I recommend itPublished 1 month ago by Roberto Alonzo
Excellent research and story line. Bob Drury and Tom Clavin are brilliant writers and story tellers who bring respect back to our nation's hero's, even when we have forgotten... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Susan
All American's need to fully understand the lessons that can be learned from the War in Vietnam.
I think that the War in Vietnam was the "tipping point" in American... Read more
Aside from a few picky minor details; Last Men Out, tells the sorry story of the tragic ending of a tragic episode in American history. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Greg J. Maloney
Excellent historical account of the last days of Saigon and the brave Marines who had to deal with an impossible situation.Published 9 months ago by Michael Howard
Great book , especially for those that lived that part of history. Gives you a good sense of how politics can screw up military operations.Published 11 months ago by LPP
There's not much that tops 18 months being in Nam and knowing the embassy and the streets around it!! I love this book and thought is was well and clearly written. Read morePublished 12 months ago by BC2